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Paving is natural progression for Peppard Building Supplies

Peppard Building Supplies is reporting an upsurge in interest in paving products after expanding its landscaping range.

The independent builder’s merchant, based between Henley and Reading, has put a large investment into a range of paving product lines over the past 18 months, with a focus on natural products.

The family firm also created some showcase paving displays to help customers understand the look and feel of the products up close.

Peppard Building Supplies sales and marketing director Ru Butler said: “While our primary focus is the local construction market, we have increased our stock of landscaping products and this has been welcomed by our customers.

“The natural paving ranges, including sandstone and limestone are particularly popular. A number of developers have taken large orders because they know that even with an eye on margins, the natural products give a fantastic finish that their customers respond to.”

Ru explained that this focus has meant an upswing in turnover for paving products, reaching almost £1m over the past year.

In part this is thanks to the time Peppard Building Supplies has invested in finding quality supplies, including brands such as the Natural Paving Company. This range of high quality, ethically sourced products includes flagstones, block paving, cobbles, sets, step kits, kerbs and accessories.

As well as being stunning to look at and durable, all Natural Paving Company products come with CE Marking.

“Our customers expect quality, and so we knew that we needed to look for the best suppliers,” Ru said. “You can’t really beat beauty of natural paving products. The products don’t fade, are durable and retain their looks over time.”

The full range of paving products can be found here on the Peppard Building Supplies website, alternatively fill in a request form for a catalogue or drop into the store at Bishopsland Farm, Dunsden and to see and touch the products.


Posted on April 11, 2014 by Claire Savage